Tri-State's 44 member distribution systems (18 in Colorado, 12 in New Mexico, eight in Wyoming and six in western Nebraska) directly supply electricity to rural residences, farms and ranches, cities, towns and suburban communities, as well as large and small commercial businesses and industries. Combined, they serve approximately 1.5 million consumers in a 200,000-square-mile area.
Cooperatives are democratic organizations governed by their members who actively participate by making decisions through voting. Tri-State's board of directors is made up of one representative from each of its 44 member distribution systems, and each of its members function under a similar structure.
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